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alumni business reservations. manchester united is united. stephen strasburg was throwing strikes. the barrel caught rawlings a couple times. >> and now, the toyota sports desk brought to you by your local toyota dealers. >> stephen strasburg pitched another terrific ballgame. a four hitter over seven innings. strasburg is tagged for another loss and he is now 7-9 for the season. the marlins got him again. giancarlo stanton down the left-field line. he hustles around. he comes home to score. stanton is thrown out at third. strasburg made a nice play with the cut off. 1-0 marlins. autumn of the eighth, christian yellowish hits a hard line drive all the way to the wall. reed johnson will try to score from first. he comes home. marlins win 3-0. let's go to baltimore, orioles and angels. manny machado is your batter. he gets a good, fat one here. look out, get a new baseball. that one is a souvenir. walkoff home run. orioles win 7-6. the controversy over the redskins continues. polls show the majority of people surveyed want the name changed. the oneida people want it removed. politic
tonight against stephen strasburg. >> f.p.: showed me the new york paper today, which one was it. >> kenny: "the new york times," first page of the sports section, all blank aside from the transactions column in the middle, following the signing by the cleveland cavaliers of lebron james. >> f.p.: he signed with the cavaliers? i would never know. haven't heard. >> kenny: haven't heard that. >> f.p.: haven't heard. i don't think there was a lot of concern about anybody -- that's about all i heard about the last week. >> kenny: here's the 0-2 from clippard. asche stays alive. >> f.p.: check out the split from clippard. give you a great look at it. flip of the wrist, hard tumbling action. >> kenny: base hit to right field off the bat of asche. a two out single in the bottom of the eighth. >> f.p.: nice salvage of the night for cody asche, tying run aboard with two outs. he was thankful to see anybody but stephen strasburg after striking out three times. turns a rough night into a good night with a base knock. >> kenny: jonathan papelbon in the phillies pen. papelbon in the news the last coupl
's the brewers. bryce harper did his job but that's about it. super stephen strasburg without the internet i would probably be like a c student. internet essentials from comcast has brought low-cost internet access to over one million low-income peo internet essentials is going to transform the lives of families. together with time warner cable we can bring the internet to millions more. i see myself as maybe an entrepreneur. comcast and time warner cable. together is better for more people. >>> now wusa9 game on sports with dave owens brought to you by xfinity. >> let the good times roll, that's the theme song the washington nats are playing in the clubhouse these days. it fits, not many teams playing better ball than them heading to the all-star break, 69 games to go and it's a two-horse race with atlanta. brewers in town. speaking of horses, there's a horse, stephen strasburg. he was like a quarterhorse tonight, not a thoroughbred. scooter gannett can stroll, home run, 1-0 milwaukee. 2nd inning khris davis spells his name k-h-r-i-s, well, he crushed that. strasburg falls 7-7. nats fall a
and the starting pitching you've had stephen strasburg up and down, and then throw in tanner roark and jordan zimmerman. things have pieced together for the nats. >> get back to the starting pitching. rate how they've been in this first half. >> very good. i would give them a b, b plus to this point. >> strasburg has had some underlying statistics that have made it not as aesthetically pleasing but has pitched well. jordan zimmermann all-star worthy all-star pitched very well. tanner roark as good as there is in the league, gio started to find his groove and fister has been miraculous since coming off the dl. >> if you had to pick an mvp the first half it would be? >> rendon. offensively carried the team up there and in all the offensive categories as a leader. defensively spectacular at third and second base, very versatile. this is a guy that has been the most valuable player to me in the first half. >> that was dave owens with mr. kushner. the nats hit the field again friday here in d.c. taking on the central division leader, the milwaukee brewers. >>> nasa is recreating history one small
in first place and the best story would be a great outing by stephen strasburg tying the brewers. however, that did not happen. the brurs got the leat early. scooter gennett scooting it to right center here. that made it 1-0, milwaukee. aramis ramirez, high and dropping there. two runs score. the nationals got 11 hits of their own, but still it was 4-it. it was those two hits you saw that really did them in. >> if he gets that out, it's a different name. but strasburg is a fastball pitcher and they're a home-run-hitting club. that's going to happen sometimes. if you give up the homer you want it to be a solo homer. the one that got us was the two-run single the >> now to golf. tiger woods. in the good old days if he was playing saturday, he had a shot. but he's 14 shots off at the british open and his aim was a little off most of the day. everybody on the 17th yelling fore. his tee shot a little wide right, headed to the concession stands. so you overcompensate. we've all done this before but not with a lot of people watching. he -- he triple bogeyed the hole the five over for the day. tw
. the guy he was supposed to be the ace of the staff had some issues last night. the brewers got to stephen strasburg early. deep right center, 1-0 milwaukee. top of the third, two outs. ramirez drops it in. a couple runs score. the nationals lost last night, 5-2. -- 4-2. >> i just have to keep them off-balance. i think everybody had the same approach against me. i need to make better pitches and use it to my advantage. it will be successful if i do not execute the pitches. >> the american league, late last night, tied at 2-2 in the seventh. manny machado, the two run shot. o's up 4-2. bottom of the night, two on for the a's. josh donaldson, a three run homer, walk-off. a's beat the first-place orioles, 5-4. the wnba all-star game in overtime, 125-124. twomystics loan player had of the 124 points. the redskins start training camp in richmond on thursday and will be 95 degrees. >> eileen? >> hi, back again. mostly cloudy skies through the evening, in the 70's, falling into the 60's. tomorrow, more clouds than sun, a little bit of showers, 82, still unseasonably cool. the pattern sticks with
of the season when the ace of the nationals staff is the nly starting pitcher with a losing record. stephen strasburg is 7-8. it is the nationals' pitching a lot ems to be winning of games. six of the last eight and they a game and aace by half. facing the reds. bryce harper in the fourth ramone sa santiago going back and gymnastics impression. they take the lead and adam la to left and denard span and anthony rondon will score 3-0 washington. doug fister goes seven and gets some defensive help. monrendon. stop.g fats -- nationals win 4-2. go deep and there been a hick kuhn -- hiccup or two. score a couple of runs and they give us the opportunity to do they go out.me that is comforting. >> orioles and mariners tied and manny machado the batter. center mes jones the fielder reminiscent of the great willie mays catch. orioles win. it has been over 20 years since won a super ast bowl title but another washington professional team is arrying the d.c. championship banner the warshington castles f world team tennis. hingis martin that playing doubles. great placement. here comes match point and
to work in a indy car. stephen strasburg got off to a shaky start in colorado, but he settled in. back to coors field. the nationals trailed 3-1 after the first inning. 3-2 in the sixth. corey bracksman to left center field. here comes mchenry and he's in there safe. the rockies now lead 6-3 with two outs in the ninth. >> the big story with the nationals appears to be the injury to ryan zimmerman. pulled his hamstring, went down. m.r.i. later landed zim on the 15-day disabled list. and zim is back on the shelf. >> the denver broncos owner stepped down and is giving up control of the team because of his alzheimer's disease. president joe ellis will take over as c.e.o. and handle all the day to day operations. pat bolin, one of the cl >> a few storms in our area tonight. >> especially north and west of the metro area. some heavy storms. a severe thunderstorm warning continues for portions of frederick until 6:45. steve rudin will keep an eye on them for you this evening. that's the only severe weather at the moment. well north of the metro region. part of a cold front they will move thro
realized he was in enemy territory when the oakland cops didn't exactly protect and serve. no. 2, stephen strasburg nearly makes an incredible play on the comeback. instead anthony rendon finishes it off with a bare hand beauty and the orioles beat the national tonight. no. 1, the perks of winning the stage in the tour de france are kisses from pretty girls. vincenzo got one, but look at that. that's like you and your senior prom. come on. >> look it. he tried to -- no big deal. no problem. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,, don't wait for awesome... totino's pizza rolls... ...gets you there in just 60 seconds. ahhh! what is it? there are no marshmallows in this box of lucky charms! huh... weird... seriously? what? they're magically delicious ♪ [ barks ] whoo! mmm! ♪ ♪ oh, yeah [ whistling ] [ male announcer ] discover your new orleans. start exploring at followyournola.com. [ woman ] and i love new orleans! so why are we so,000ring obsessed with turbo?ola.com. card with a new volkswagen turbo. because there's nothing more exhilarating than a powerful ride. and you can get that in places
protect and serve. no. 2, stephen strasburg nearly makes an incredible play on the comeback. instead anthony rendon finishes it off with a bare hand beauty and the orioles beat the national tonight. no. 1, the perks of winning the stage in the tour de france are kisses from pretty girls. vincenzo got one, but look at that. that's like you and your senior prom. come on. >> look it. a life well lived deserves a beer well brewed. fewer calories. fewer carbs. more refreshment. it's what makes a superior light beer... superior. michelob ultra. ♪watching everybody eating ♪what they want all day ♪oh this tasteless cardboard ♪brings me nothing but more shame ♪ ♪turning every turn until i find something right♪ ♪and it...takes my breath away so you reach for inute like something better.do something. fewer calories. fewer carbs. more to experience. michelob ultra. the superior light beer. >>> david letterman is next. >> our next newscast tomorrow morning at 4:30. i expect you all there bright and early. we're going to watch together. >> have a great night! >> goal call. give me
they see teenagers coming in to have their elbows rebuilt. stephen strasburg and matt harvey, this year jose fernandez and chris medla with surgery number two. young stars on the shelf. now, these guys throw hard. straussburg throws an average 95 miles an hour. the cincinnati reds chapman has closed at 106 miles an hour. not only are the balls coming faster they're coming with more stuff. >> throwing the ball 95 to 100 miles an hour is a ridiculous amount of torque on your arm. >> after 15 durable years as a pro, bronson arroyo of the arizona diamondbacks recently announced he'll undergo tommy john surgery to replace a torn elbow ligament. >> i thought i would take time off and a lot of swelling but i was totally surprised when he said the ligament was totally ripped off the bone. >> despite intense monitoring and cautious pitch limits a third of big league pitchers have now had this operation. the american sports medicine institute calls it an epidemic. but they say the damage doesn't start at the professional level. >> what pitchers are doing in their teen years, you know, how much ba
weeks on the dl and starting pitching you've had stephen strasburg up and down and then throw in tanner roark and jordan zimmermann. >> i want to go back to starting pitching. rate how they've been this first half. >> very good. a b, b plus to this point. strasburg has had some underlying statistics that have made it not as aesthetically pleasing, but he has pitched well. jordan zimammernn, very well, gio started to find his groove and doug fist -- fister has been terrific. >> if you had to pick an mvp? >> rendon. he's been a leader, defensively spectacular at third and second base, very versatile. this is a guy that has been the most valuable player to me in the first half. >> and the nats start the second half of the campaign friday when they host the brewers here in d.c. coming up later this week holden and i delve into our second half prediction >>> you are watching wusa9 news at 6:00, a beautiful shot of the d.c. skyline on a fantastic day, 80 degrees almost and 6:00 straight up. >> i'm derek mcginty. >> and i'm lesli foster. >>> in
his first winup -- stephen strasburg trying to get his first win. then a fat hanger, floats it into center field. that scores nen hernando to second. the rckies right n at 6-2, roies inhe 7th inning. how about this the nts rockies had a stand-off befe the game. barrt and barnes standi at attention after seeing who would stay on the field the longest. guys were feeding them water and giving them oxygen, it paid off carnes hit. barrett acted like he just got e walkff home barrett looks like he just won the world series. you think this is not a kid's game? the boys of summer. and nothing says i'm sorry freshly-baked cupcakes. is that what you do to cupc imagine it's been crazy at lebron james' use in akron. so he sent decadent cupcakes to all his neighbors to apologize to his neighbors about all the satellite and t.v. trucks. he said we're lucky to live in this community and blessed to have understanding neighbors like you. enjoy the cupcakes. lebron james coming up big. next he's running for mayor. >> a 13-year-old being called a hero after she spotted a fire at a neighbor's h
baseman anthony rendon with the quick reflexes. after the ball rebounded off pitcher stephen strasburg but the nationals eventually fell to baltimore 8-2. pretty cool play of the day. >> it was fairly amazing. someone is likely to make a joke or two if you get caught dozing off in public. >> when that happened with a yankees fan, he decided to what else sue? >> it's not the place you come to sleep. ty ill you what how -- i tell you what though, how comfortable is that. >> no neck problems tomorrow. >> the fan suffered substantial injury to his character and his reputation after espn announcers made fun of him sleeping at the ballpark and he's suing them now for $10 million. >> you can sue anybody at anytime for anything. >>> it is 25 minutes after 6:00. renewed outrage after the da decides not to bring charges in the death of andy lopez. coming up the message protestors want to send a prosecutors -- to prosecutors and the deputy who shot the 13- year-old. >> the city of milpitas throwing a speed bump in the b.a.r.t. extense project here in the south bay. i'm kiet do, we've got a live r
should at least get a chance to see, the highly touted pitcher stephen strasburg... >> schwanbeck: we tried three times to get former granite ceo don cornwell to explain why wtvh merged with a competitor in syracuse. but he declined, as noted in this email from cornwell. he did issue, though, a published statement when he stepped down as ceo in 2009. >> your reaction to don? >> what exactly did he accomplish? i can't point to a single great accomplishment by a granite television station in syracuse, other than running the place into the ground. i don't mean to be harsh, but, you know, to make a laudatory statement when you are basically waving the white flag is not just tone-deaf; it's infuriating to the people who really, really put their hearts and their souls and their blood and their guts into trying to build something, you know. we knew we had a good operation at channel 5. we knew we had longtime journalists, longtime photographers-- photographers you could send out as journalists and they'd come back with a story because they knew what they were talking about. great photographe
on the dl. then the starting pitcher, you've had stephen straussburg up and down -- strasburg up and down. then you throw in jordan zimmermann, things have pieced together for the nats. >> i want to get back to the pitching. rate how they've been the first half. >> i think they've been very g. . would give them a b, b plus straussburg has had some underlying statistics that have made it not as esthetically pleasing but he has pitched well. jordan zimmermann, all-star pitcher. geo has started to find his groove. >> if you had to pick an mvp for the first half it would be? >> randone. offensively he carried the team from time to time up there in the offensive categories as a leader. defensively spectacular at 1st and 3rd. this is a guy that's been the most valuable in the first half. >>> popular movie about a raunchy talking teddy bear is now the subject of a lawsuit. >> what? that's a great movie. >> really. >> one local county is considering redistricting boundaries to deal with a growing problem ♪ you want to save money on car insurance? no problem. you want to save money on rv insuran
of strasburg and east of route 81. if that holds together, we'll have to watch out in a little while toward stephens city and berryville. but these will pulse up and down for the afternoon. so that's idea spotty showers and storms are out there. you see the mostly cloudy skies we have. i'm just going to try to get back to where i was. we did the weather headlines. now we get back to temperatures. we have 79 in orange but 84 over in easton. tappahannock, they've seen more sun so they're in the mid-#s on at 86. frederick has been socked in with the clouds most of the day 73. and when you factor in the humidity, now we've got the heat index values in the upper 80s. cumberland by the way w-8 8. feels like 89. outside on our weather camera, mostly cloudy skies at noon. 84. the dew point still in the upper 60s. that's the muggies i'm talking about right there with a south wind at 8 miles an hour. humidity at 58%. satellite and radar, we have a front down south. most of the showers here are going to affect the carolinas. we're going to wait for some moistur
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